Elizabeth S. LeBlanc
Elizabeth S. LeBlanc lives and works at high altitude. She currently serves as Curriculum & Data Coordinator and Instructional Specialist for Taos Academy Charter School, an innovative blended learning school in northern New Mexico serving an at-risk, rural population. Taos Academy is one of the few schools in the state to receive a school grade of "A" for 5 years running.
Elizabeth has 12 years of experience in the design and implementation of high-quality, effective educational programming. With an MA in Educational Technology and Curriculum Design, Elizabeth strives to expand educational opportunities in her own classroom and beyond. She serves as Educational Adviser to the non-profit group Little Ripples, which supports refugee-led PreK programming in Africa.
In addition to consulting around instructional design and collaborative leadership, she works to develop capacity for teachers engaging in digital learning. Elizabeth was recently named to the inaugural cohort of the New Mexico Teacher Leader Network.
Though she has been accused of being a work-a-holic, she nonetheless manages to find time to spend with her family in Taos, NM where she hikes, skis and reads voraciously.